19 Horror Picks That Prove Netflix Has Upped Its Game in 2016
As a horror fan, it's not hard to see that Netflix offers a wide variety of horror films, perfect for any and every weekend marathon. In 2016 alone, the streaming platform really seems to be upping its scary-movie game — April yielded the release of Hush, one of the most chilling and innovative films of the year. As horror fans constantly looking for fresh blood, we couldn't help but wonder what other picks 2016 has provided so far.
The Amityville Horror
If it's been a while (like, more than a month) since you've seen this horror remake, it's time to revisit Ryan Reynolds in all his glory.
A deaf, mute writer retreats to a house in the woods to finish her latest novel, but she quickly realizes she's not alone when a masked killer shows up at her door.
Jaws 1-3 and Jaws: The Revenge
Relive all your horrible, sea-based nightmares with all the Jaws movies! Summer is nearly over, so it's probably safe now.
Another tried-and-true Stephen King adaptation, Cujo follows a dog that contracts rabies and terrorizes a small town.
If you love the hit TV show, you should definitely check out Tim Burton's take on the classic Washington Irving tale.
Calling all horror-lovers: this is about to become your new jam. After getting invited to a dinner party, a man comes to believe that his ex-wife and her new husband are plotting some sinister activities for their guests.
If sci-fi is your thing, then you've come to the right place. Not only is the whole film about an alien invasion, but it's also based off a Stephen King's novel. So, you know it's good.
Final Destination 3
After a student's premonition saves her life and a few lucky riders at an amusement park, death itself seeks out revenge in this thriller.
Abigail Breslin stars as a girl who is being hunted down as part of a sick high school tradition.
You will never look at Valentine's Day the same way again after you watch this horror anthology centered around nine iconic holidays.
After Ava is possessed by the devil, she joins a support group for those who have also been through exorcisms.
In this sci-fi film, the world struggles to hold a grip on reality after a disease infects the majority of the population.
We Are Still Here
A couple moves to a small town to escape memories of their son's death only to find that they're haunted in a whole new way in this horror movie.
After a hitchhiker causes a devastating car accident, a woman finds herself trapped in the wreckage. And yes, that is Julianne Hough.
A young man finds himself on a crazy adventure when he hands over his whole identity during a seminar about rebirth.
The Wicker Man
There's something beautiful about this critically panned 2006 horror remake starring Nicolas Cage.
The Ouija Experiment 2: Ouija Resurrection
This is a sequel to the Ouija movie that actually came before 2014's Ouija.
If you don't want to watch a movie starring Dolph Lundgren about a bull shark that is accidentally let loose into Lake Tahoe, then we're never going to be friends.